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Q: CD changer won't eject

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The CD changer won't eject.

This concern is often caused by dirt binding the internal gears, or even 2 discs ending up in the same tray. I would not suggest that you pry or disassemble the changer on your own. Instead, have a certified mechanic remove and inspect the changer to determine the best solution.

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